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Charity Golf Tournament on Sept. 11


(L-R): Firefighter David Kaiser, Officer Andrew Sonnier, firefighter J. Polach, Officer Khourey Hilliard, firefighter K. Vincent and telecommunications operator Tracy Vives.

(L-R): Firefighter David Kaiser, Officer Andrew Sonnier, firefighter J. Polach, Officer Khourey Hilliard, firefighter K. Vincent and telecommunications operator Tracy Vives.

(Front row, l-r): Keith Boyett, Peggy Cates, Floyd Emery, Steve Baldwin; (back row:) Russell Doench, Anthony Maroulis, Jay McClellan, Brad Tippit, and Kevin Burleson.

(Front row, l-r): Keith Boyett, Peggy Cates, Floyd Emery, Steve Baldwin; (back row:) Russell Doench, Anthony Maroulis, Jay McClellan, Brad Tippit, and Kevin Burleson.

Missouri City Police Officers Association Hosts Tournament To Benefit First Responders And Community Groups

The Missouri City Police Officers Association Police Invitational Golf Scramble will be held on Friday, Sept. 11 at the Quail Valley Golf Club. In remembrance of that fateful day, the tournament will recognize First Responders, past and present, for service to their community. This theme throughout the tournament will include presentation of colors by the MCPD honor guard, the National Anthem sung by a local celebrity, a unique golf ball drop on the 18th green and a display of first responder vehicles from Missouri City and Fort Bend.

In addition to the standard 4-person scramble there will be a special tournament flight for first responders where separate and well-designed prizes will be awarded to this flight winner.

Proceeds from the tournament support college scholarships, Adopt-a-Family Program, Bethel Ministries, Boy Scouts, Special Olympics, crime prevention, and financial assistance for Missouri City officers, first responders and their families.

The 2015 sponsors include: Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, Republic Services, Johnson Development, Market Petroleum, Classic Chevrolet, Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP, Tool Mart, Quail Valley Golf Course, Raising Cane’s, Aquarius Home Service, Quail Valley Fund, Collision Clinic, Quality Wrecker Service, Trammel Crow, and Whitley Penn, LLC.

Visit the website, golfquailvalley.com, to register or purchase balls for the Ball Drop. Balls are $5 each; the prize will be 50 percent of total Ball Drop proceeds.

Participants interested in playing in either golf flight and/or businesses and individuals looking for sponsor opportunities may visit the same website, or can contact Detective Keith Boyett at 281-403-5827 or kboyett26@gmail.com; or Missouri City Councilman Floyd Emery at floydemery@sbcglobal.net or 713-562-0331.

Charity Golf Tournament


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